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theft unit. >>> new pictures of north korea's leader, kim jong-un, kim the younger, seems to be looking at something. that's what they do all the details on just what the rogue leader is examining, at the same time his government issues new threats against the united states. >>> plus, jodi arias claimed her ex-boyfriend abused her. the trial is coming to an en. now the defense has called a domestic violence expert for her input. that's coming up as we approach the bottom of the hour and the top of the news. we gave people a sticker and had them show us. we learned a lot of us have known someone who's lived well into their 90s. and that's a great thing. but even though we're living longer, one thing that hasn't changed: the official retirement age. ♪ the question is how do you make sure you have the money you need to enjoy all of these years. ♪ >> shepard: this is studio b. it's the bottom of the hour, time for the top of the news. north korea's rockets put on high alert and ready to strike. a word from the country's state-run media in an increasingly nasty war of words. the expert
that dream a warning shot kim jong un. i challenge you to come into my sub conscious and fight me like a man who then turns into my first grade teacher but not my first grade teacher really and i'm naked and i can't run because my legs won't move fast. know wu know w a+h everybody. thank you so much. folks, you know, the sequester continues but paul ryan and the president met today for lunch to hammer out a possible deficit deal before the looming continued budget resolution vote on march 27. [laughter] shut up. [laughter] shut up you stupid boring news. [ laughter ] look, i'm not going to lie to you, folks. old steve with a c is tired. it's my last show before a two-week break. i'm barely holding it together. cards on the table i could give two (bleep) about the noise right now. -- about the news right now. no, that's not right. that's way too much 1.5 (bleep) tops. you know what i want to talk about? do you want to know what i want to talk about? i want to talk about the bachelor. [cheers and applause] i love that show. i love that show. i mean i just -- every time i watch it it's just dad
if the threats are indications of real insecurity in the regime or kim jong un's way of asserting authority. >> we don't really know the internal situation in terms of what he might have to do or who he might have to owe in terms of the ability to sustain power. >> reporter: in fact, u.s. officials tell us that it is extre extremely difficult to get human intelligence on the inner workings of the regime. they're not as worried about the big grand scale attack, but they are worried about smaller provocations like shelling some of those islands there near south korea that could lead to a tit for tat response and really see things escalate on the peninsula. ka kate? >> this is just the latest in a string of threats as you well know and you've talked about. thanks so much from the pentagon for us this evening. >>> let's dig deeper on this now with the veteran diplomatic troubleshooter, former new mexico governor and u.n. ambassador bill richardson. i don't need to remind our viewers, governor, but you have been to north korea a number of times and most recently just in january. thanks so much f
this is a well-worn pattern of bellicose threats of north korea's young leader, kim jong-un who warned his artillery and rocket forces have entered a combat posture. the u.s. military is concerned about anything that might destabilize the area. and that he's taking rhetoric where it shouldn't go. and the new provocation plan, but would create a better combined structure between the u.s. and south koreans. and the u.s. is concerned because of advances in north korean long range rocket technology as evidenced by this satellite launch in december. its he row sent nuclear tests and now today's threat to place 20,000 long range artillery units on high alert. the u.s. and south korea are caring out their annual military exercises until april 30th and the pentagon is concerned that after those exercises end, that kim jong-un will be forced to do something provocative to show that these are not empty threats. during the current exercises the u.s. military has flown b-52 flights over north korea. the recent on march 25th, yesterday, according to the pentagon and remember they're capable of carrying
are concerned that kim jong un the young leader of north korea is trying to consolidate power by making these threats and trying to look strong in the eyes of his own people. they are worried that after april 30th that they could see some sort of provocation from the north koreans. we also know from the pentagon that they have been telegraphing to the north koreans that they've been using b52 flights. three b52 flights in recent weeks, they can carry nuclear warheads. the pentagon would not say whether these b52s were armed. it's unlikely that they were armed but it's clearly sending a signal to the north korean leader and we just found out that the third b52 flight took place on monday march 25th. so it is likely that that was seen as provocative by the north koreans. jenna: a story we'll continue to watch. jennifer griffin thank you very much from the pentagon. we'll have more on the north korea threat. we'll take to major general bob scales who hrefrd along the dmz between the north and south. right now the united states has nearly 30,000 troops stationed there. all the more importan
of north korea, kim jong-un he's a guy that shouldn't be playing with matches much less nuclear welcomes. i'm not concerned though, that he's going to wake up some morning and decide, let's go invade south korea. i don't think he would want to pick that fight. i think he could miscalculate. they could stumble into a war or start something they can't finish and because they're so isolated from the world, they'll mccalculate how we react. and i worry about that and i worry about the nuclear weapons proliferation. if north korea gets nuclear, will japan think it needs them. and in the past, will it sell military equipment to iran and iran gets nuclear weapons and the other countries feel they have to have nuclear weapons as well. yeah, we should be really concerned about this. >> greta: you know, we've taken on the record to north korea three times. >> i know. >> greta: and you know, frankly, i still remain enormously baffled by, you know, i wish that -- i wish that they would put down their nuclear weapons, but the fact is they've now done their third he test on february 12th of this year. th
mean you have to try to get into the mind of the leader there kim jong-un. any way there's a deadline this time he might really pull the trigger? >> reporter: well, you know, last night i was talking to the former command or of u.s. forces korea, and he said human intelligence is extremely hard to get in north korea. one of the hardest places on earth. they do a lot of surveillance, they do a lot of listening in, constantly 24/7 listening to interceptic calls. getting visuals is trickier. depend where the satellites are are getting intelligence is hard. they're not as concerned about what north korea is saying but what they are concerned, and what we heard an hour ago during a short briefing with some officials here, is that they're concerned this may lead to provocation that, quote, could take us to a place none of us wants to go and that could be a small-scale conflict with the danger that it can escalate slowly but surely each side going tit for tat. >> coming up on "the lead" an exclusive interview regarding bin laden's death. who was the real shoot? a different account how bin la
used to bolster north korean leader kim jong-un military credentials. so far, officials in south korea say no suspicious activity in north korea has been detected. >>> and amanda knox has been ordered by italy's top criminal court to stand trial again for the 2007 murder of her roommate meredith kercher. knox released a statement vowing to fight on. knox said, quote, it was painful to receive the news that the italian supreme court decided to send my case back for revision when the prosecution's theory of my involvement in meredith's murder has been repeatedly revealed to be completely unfounded and unfair. knox and her then boyfriend who were originally prosecuted and found guilty of killing kercher. knox was sentenced to 26 years in prison but later acquitted after serving only four. today's ruling means the case against knox will be reheard at a new appeals court in florence either later this year or 2014. knox doesn't have to go back for the trial. and if the court upholds the conviction, then italy would have to seek extradition with the united states. that would be a fascinating
at 6:00 p.m. eastern only on cnn. kim jong-un, they are putting people on high alert. the communist country threatened to attack bases in the pacific and earlier this month vowed a nuclear attack on america leading up to a security council vote. they say they are capable of defending against any threat from north korea. >>> she's been through two murder trials twice already. i guess they need a tiebreaker perhaps. italian security judges have ruled that amanda knox who captivated audiences worldwide in 2009 and 2011 must be retried for the 2007 murder of knox's british roommate, meredith kercher. there were signs she had been sexually assaulted. both knox and her ex-boyfriend were convicted in 2009 and were sentenced to more than 20 years in prison. they appealed the conviction and throughout the trial viewers could not get enough of the woman whom the european tabloids nicknamed foxy knoxy. a young american woman caught up in a scandalous murder case in an exotic place. the convictions for knox and her ex were overturned for lack of evidence freeing knox to return home to seattle,
for a domestic audience to portray the leader kim jong-un as strong. but then there are propaganda films, like this right here, which depict north korea destroying our capital in an all-out attack. a recent cnn orc poll shows most americans do not take these threats seriously. but they do view north korea as a long-term threat to the united states. want to talk about this a little bit more with north korea specialist john park, with mit and harvard. welcome back. certainly provocative statements from north korea. not exactly new. what is different this time around? >> well, brooke, the environment is different. right now we have a situation where north korea has walked away from the 1953 armistice agreement that stopped the fighting between the combatants. also north korea is no longer answering the military hot line that in previous episodes provided a little more space for conflict management, crisis resolution of sorts. the tensions are definitely high and you look at all of these threats coming out of north korea. also we're seeing levels of heightened military exercises from the south kor
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